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100 1  Fenger, H.J.M 
245 10 Beyond Fragmentation and Interconnectivity :|bPublic 
       Governance and the Search for Connective Capacity 
264  1 Amsterdam :|bIOS Press,|c2012 
264  4 |c©2012 
300    1 online resource (200 pages) 
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490 1  Innovation and the Public Sector 
505 0  Title Page -- Preface -- About the Authors -- Contents -- 
       Introduction -- Creating Connective Capacities in Public 
       Governance: Challenges and Contributions -- Part I. 
       Fragmentation and Connectivity: Explanations and Analyses 
       -- Fragmentation and Interconnection in Public Safety 
       Governance in the Netherlands, Belgium and England -- 
       Beyond National Models of Integration? Rethinking 
       Interconnectedness and Fragmentation in Dutch and French 
       Integration Policies -- Situating Public Governance Within
       Complex Settings: The Experiences of Social Services 
       Managers in Sweden and Britain -- Nodal Security in the 
       Ports of Rotterdam and Antwerp -- Part II. Fragmentation 
       and Connectivity: Evaluating Solutions -- Whole of 
       Government in Theory and Practice: An Exploratory Account 
       of How Australian and Dutch Governments Deal with Wicked 
       Problems in an Integrated Way -- Visual Connections: The 
       Power of the Visual in the Policy Process in Two Dutch 
       Cases -- Shared Service Centres: An Ideal Solution for 
       Fragmentation or a Fairytale? -- The Democratic Character 
       of New Institutional Governance Arrangements: Comparing 
       Dutch and Belgian Experiences -- Conclusion -- Beyond 
       Fragmentation in Public Governance: The Search for 
       Connective Capacity -- Author Index 
520    The public sector may be considered as a highly fragmented
       and at the same time enormously interconnected system. 
       Resources are dispersed among a huge variety of actors and
       entities and these affect each other in many unexpected 
       ways. This book analyses the apparently paradoxical 
       occurrence of simultaneous fragmentation and 
       interconnectivity within the public domain and reflects on
       its consequences for public governance and management. It 
       discusses and assesses strategies to create connective 
       capacities from different policy domains and countries and
       offers new insights in the complexity of public 
       governance. About the Editors: Menno Fenger is associate 
       professor in public administration at Erasmus University 
       Rotterdam. He has published widely on issues of public 
       governance and implementation, specifically in the area of
       social policies. Victor Bekkers is professor of public 
       administration at Erasmus University Rotterdam and 
       academic director of the Center for Public Innovation. He 
       specializes in the impact of information and communication
       technology, including social media, on public governance. 
       He is the author of numerous books and articles on this 
588    Description based on publisher supplied metadata and other
590    Electronic reproduction. Ann Arbor, Michigan : ProQuest 
       Ebook Central, 2020. Available via World Wide Web. Access 
       may be limited to ProQuest Ebook Central affiliated 
650  0 Interagency coordination.;Public administration.;Public 
       institutions -- Management 
655  4 Electronic books 
700 1  Bekkers, V.J.J.M 
776 08 |iPrint version:|aFenger, H.J.M.|tBeyond Fragmentation and
       Interconnectivity : Public Governance and the Search for 
       Connective Capacity|dAmsterdam : IOS Press,c2012
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